Use advanced engineering simulation for innovative prototyping and designs

By Justin Tuttle

Energy and utilities (E&U) businesses are under immense pressure to improve operational efficiency while reducing costs and emissions.

To thrive in today’s difficult environment, E&U businesses must embrace innovation, and fast. By partnering with Siemens, you can now connect your simulation models to your physical assets, empowering your engineering teams with a more comprehensive digital twin.

Learn how Siemens helps E&U businesses achieve these next-generation engineering capabilities by downloading our Advanced Engineering Simulation Executive Brief. Whether you want to accelerate product development or enhance prototyping processes, our disruptive innovation tools help energy businesses increase revenue while outperforming your competition.

Achieve continuous improvement across your energy supply chain

In today’s ultra-competitive market, E&U businesses need more efficient methods of improving operating capabilities and correcting performance issues. By combining our advanced engineering simulation tools with high-performance computing (HPC) and connecting the digital twin to physical assets, your engineering teams gain an improved understanding of the complex physics inside your operating systems. This enables continuous improvement across the energy supply chain while generating new value for your business and customers.

Accelerate your development processes

Despite constantly-changing energy market conditions, E&U equipment and systems development processes are slowed by reliance on physical prototype models. These physical models are produced before undergoing testing and iterations, leading to cost increases and delaying deployment.

E&U businesses can now accelerate development using Siemens’ multi-physics simulation software that more accurately predicts new design behaviors before prototyping. New designs validated through multi-physics simulation have a much higher probability of performing as expected during physical testing. By reducing expensive iterations, final product designs are completed faster, lowering costs and accelerating deployment.

Reduce production and engineering costs

Advanced engineering simulation, combined with integrated design and data analytics, enables the creation of an executable digital twin. This improves your operations by helping teams better predict and optimize the behavior of production and process systems.

By incorporating engineering simulation throughout your energy enterprise, you can improve operational efficiency while reducing costs.

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